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The problem of North Korean dispatched workers is must be solved. Because not only North Korean authorities are exploiting their salaries ans using the money for their own means but also the condition of these workers is much like slavery.

The problem of North Korean dispatched workers is must be solved. Because not only North Korean authorities are exploiting their salaries ans using the money for their own means but also the condition of these workers is much like slavery.

Canadian pastor Lim Hyun Soo who was detained more than two years in North Korea has spoken about his ordeal, detailing the hard labour he was forced to carry out. During the winter, he spent digging holes that measured one metre wide and one metre deep. His fingers and toes were frostbitten. Spring and summer were spent outside, toiling eight hours a day in the scorching sun.  He was hospitalised four times in total while in custody, he said. He was released on sick bail.

Canadian pastor Lim Hyun Soo who was detained more than two years in North Korea has spoken about his ordeal, detailing the hard labour he was forced to carry out. During the winter, he spent digging holes that measured one metre wide and one metre deep. His fingers and toes were frostbitten. Spring and summer were spent outside, toiling eight hours a day in the scorching sun. He was hospitalised four times in total while in custody, he said. He was released on sick bail.

Russia has delivered 800 tons of wheat flour to North Korea to make dietary supplements for children, pregnant women and lactating mothers. Not only Russia but also many countries and international relief organizations give humanitarian aid to North Korea. However, Pyongyang still keeps testing missiles. If NK uses the money for people to solve food shortage, not for missiles, there'll be no starving people.

Russia has delivered 800 tons of wheat flour to North Korea to make dietary supplements for children, pregnant women and lactating mothers. Not only Russia but also many countries and international relief organizations give humanitarian aid to North Korea. However, Pyongyang still keeps testing missiles. If NK uses the money for people to solve food shortage, not for missiles, there'll be no starving people.

Number of Crimes By North Korean Defectors Are on the Rise | Koogle TV

Number of Crimes By North Korean Defectors Are on the Rise

North Korea can't make TV, refrigerator ans washer. Nevertheless, they made ICBM. How? North Korea’s success in testing ICBM  was made possible by black-market purchases of powerful rocket engines probably from a Ukrainian factory with historical ties to Russia’s missile program. The studies may solve the mystery of how North Korea began succeeding so suddenly after a string of fiery missile failures. Therefore, not only China but also Soviet Russia federation should be pressed to stop…

North Korea can't make TV, refrigerator ans washer. Nevertheless, they made ICBM. How? North Korea’s success in testing ICBM was made possible by black-market purchases of powerful rocket engines probably from a Ukrainian factory with historical ties to Russia’s missile program. The studies may solve the mystery of how North Korea began succeeding so suddenly after a string of fiery missile failures. Therefore, not only China but also Soviet Russia federation should be pressed to stop…

American voters consider North Korea a greater threat to national security than the militant group Islamic State, a survey showed.  According to the joint survey by Morning Consult and Politico, 40 percent of a total of 1,983 registered voters surveyed in the July 7-9 poll picked the North as the top threat to the U.S., followed by the IS with 30 percent and Russia with 16 percent.

American voters consider North Korea a greater threat to national security than the militant group Islamic State, a survey showed. According to the joint survey by Morning Consult and Politico, 40 percent of a total of 1,983 registered voters surveyed in the July 7-9 poll picked the North as the top threat to the U.S., followed by the IS with 30 percent and Russia with 16 percent.

Charles Robert Jenkins, 77, deserted the U.S. Army in 1965 and crossed into North Korea, where he was held for decades. “In North Korea, I lived a dog’s life,” he said in LA Times interview. “Ain’t nobody live good in North Korea. Nothing to eat. No running water. No electricity. In the wintertime you freeze — in my bedroom, the walls were covered in ice.” Maybe, three American detainees in North Korea are suffering like him now.

Charles Robert Jenkins, 77, deserted the U.S. Army in 1965 and crossed into North Korea, where he was held for decades. “In North Korea, I lived a dog’s life,” he said in LA Times interview. “Ain’t nobody live good in North Korea. Nothing to eat. No running water. No electricity. In the wintertime you freeze — in my bedroom, the walls were covered in ice.” Maybe, three American detainees in North Korea are suffering like him now.

The U.S and South Korea are considering secondary boycotts of firms abetting North Korea's nuclear weapons program. The sanctions would target third-party companies, including those in China, that engage in illicit trade with North Korea. Secondary boycotts have been credited with bringing an end to Iran's nuclear proliferation in 2015. The goal of pressure is to draw North Korea back to the negotiation table, and promise the country a better future if it pursues the path of…

The U.S and South Korea are considering secondary boycotts of firms abetting North Korea's nuclear weapons program. The sanctions would target third-party companies, including those in China, that engage in illicit trade with North Korea. Secondary boycotts have been credited with bringing an end to Iran's nuclear proliferation in 2015. The goal of pressure is to draw North Korea back to the negotiation table, and promise the country a better future if it pursues the path of…

North Korea sells drugs to Chinese tourists for earning foreign currency. If the drugs can be obtained easily, foreign criminal organization or drug dealers will rush to North Korea. They advertise their country as an "earthly paradise", but it will be "drug paradise" soon!

North Korea sells drugs to Chinese tourists for earning foreign currency. If the drugs can be obtained easily, foreign criminal organization or drug dealers will rush to North Korea. They advertise their country as an "earthly paradise", but it will be "drug paradise" soon!

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